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BWW Feature: OPERA ODYSSEY SEPT. 7, 2021, at Home Computer Screens by Maria Nockin - Sep 6, 2021

Lyric Opera of Chicago has recorded Ruggiero Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci on film. Last week, the company announced that registration was open for audiences to secure free links to screen the new Pagliacci made at the Lyric Opera House. Audiences can now secure a free, on-demand viewing of this verismo production. More information about the production and reservations are available at lyricopera.org/pagliacci. 

Fall For Dance North Announces In-Theatre Screening Of Signature Program At Meridian Hall by Stephi Wild - Sep 23, 2021

Fall for Dance North (FFDN), in partnership with TO Live, announces a special, in-theatre film screening of FFDN's 2021 Signature Program dance film at Meridian Hall (1 Front St. E) on Oct. 14 at 7pm, in strict compliance with public health protocols and seating capacity limitations. An innovative three-part global dance film, the digital presentation features three stunning performances shot on location in India, Cuba, and London (UK) and directed by award-winning Indo-Canadian filmmaker Vikram Dasgupta.

VIDEO: Jake Blount Shares 'Didn't It Rain' Visual by Michael Major - Sep 19, 2022

“Didn’t It Rain” is from Blount’s highly-anticipated new album, The New Faith. Ahead of the release, Blount has shared three album tracks: “Didn’t It Rain,” made famous by Sister Rosetta Tharpe and Mahalia Jackson, “The Downward Road,” made famous by singer Jim Williams. Watch the new music video now!

BWW Feature: Streaming Opera For The Week Of September 13 - 20, 2021 by Maria Nockin - Sep 13, 2021

Los Angeles Opera presents its 2006 rendition of La Traviata by Giuseppe Verdi. The performers are Renée Fleming, Rolando Villazón, and Renato Bruson, James Conlon conducts and Marta Domingo directs.LINK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZywmSJkKYE&t=83s

BOBBY & AMY is Set to Tour the UK Next Month by Stephi Wild - Oct 8, 2021

Following its award winning sell-out run at the 2019 Edinburgh Festival, Bobby & Amy - a dark comedy about friendship, heartache and the repercussions of foot-and-mouth disease - returns this autumn for a 17-venue tour across South and East England.

A CELTIC CHRISTMAS Comes to Santa Cruz, Mountain View in December by Stephi Wild - Oct 28, 2021

Every Christmas for the past twenty-six years, Tomáseen Foley's A Celtic Christmas has crisscrossed the country, bringing to packed venues his authentic remembrance of a way of life that is, alas, no longer with us.

Retro Jazz Artist Laura Ainsworth Teams With XO Publicity For New Album 'You Asked For It' by Michael Major - Oct 11, 2022

You Asked For It is Ainsworth’s fourth album of all-new material (a best-of LP entitled Top Shelf was expanded into a deluxe mini-LP CD released in Japan last year.) You Asked For It was recently released digitally in South Korea by Music Island, and in Japan by Ratspack Records as a deluxe mini-LP CD with the bonus track “As Time Goes By.”

A CELTIC CHRISTMAS Comes to Santa Cruz in December by Stephi Wild - Nov 3, 2022

​​​​​​​ Every Christmas for the past twenty-seven years, Tomáseen Foley's A Celtic Christmas has crisscrossed the country, bringing to packed venues his authentic remembrance of a way of life that is, alas, no longer with us.

Guest Blog: Sâmir Bhamra: The Founder of Phizzical on the Importance of New ACE Funding and the Art of Bollywood by Guest Blog: Samir Bhamra - Nov 17, 2022

Phizzical is a small funded company, currently touring a large scale South Asian musical. Before we reached The Lowry in Salford, we’d been hit by Covid. Our determination not to cancel performances played a major role in re-igniting audiences to return to theatres post Covid. Like others, we anxiously awaited the outcome of the NPO announcements. There had been delays - as a sector we knew changes were afoot.

VIDEO: Watch HBO Documentary's LIFE OF CRIME: 1984-2020 Trailer by Michael Major - Nov 11, 2021

The third and final part of an epic documentary trilogy, Life of Crime: 1984-2020 tells the full story of three friends from Newark, New Jersey whose lives have been defined by and torn apart by their addictions. Watch the trailer for the final part now!

'Crunkstarz' by Duke Deuce Is Now Available for Streaming by Marissa Tomeo - May 8, 2022

Igniting buzz at an unprecedented rate as a different kind of rockstar, genre-shifting force and critically acclaimed Memphis luminary Duke Deuce unleashes a new single and music video entitled “Crunkstarz.” Listen to it HERE via Quality Control Music/Motown Records/Made Men Movement. Watch the music video HERE. 

HBO Max and Cartoon Network Greenlight DRIFTWOOD and INVINCIBLE FIGHT GIRL by Michael Major - May 6, 2022

They include Driftwood, a 90-minute animated space adventure family movie event from executive producer/creator Victor Courtright (Aquaman: King of Atlantis) and Invincible Fight Girl, a half-hour action-comedy series from first time executive producer and creator Juston Gordon-Montgomery (DC Super Hero Girls). 

The Players Theatre to Present NYC 15 Minute Short Play Festival by A.A. Cristi - May 31, 2022

New York City is like no other place in the world! This June, The Players Theatre Short Play & Musical Festival is producing 'NYC,' short plays that get to the heart of the Big Apple and explore what makes this town tick. Unique New York - it's more than a tongue twister - it is a way of life!

Broadway-Aimed Musical GRACE Continues Development in Orlando by Stephi Wild - May 26, 2023

Grace, a new musical aiming to land on Broadway or a big national tour, has gone back to development at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts after a first run of public performances last year

DJ and Producer CONVERSE BASIN to Release His Debut Album by Michael Major - May 25, 2023

CONVERSE BASIN is the moniker of California-based DJ and producer James Converse. CONVERSE BASIN sings, plays guitar, and has been a house DJ for 20 years, drawing from a wide variety of influences to fuse his passions for dance, techno, electronic, and indie music. The debut CONVERSE BASIN album OCEANS WILL NEVER KEEP US APART will drop in June.

WAR'S END Will Stream From Theatre Rhinoceros This Week by Stephi Wild - May 16, 2021

Theatre Rhinoceros presents a free Zoom/Facebook Live presentation, WAR'S END, conceived and performed by John Fisher on Thursday, May 20, 2021 at 8:30pm.

Have Any Broadway Plays Ever Closed Before They Opened? by Jennifer Ashley Tepper - Mar 18, 2023

This month, the reader question was: Have Any Broadway Plays Ever Closed Before They Opened?

Craft Hall To Debut Live Music Program, New Stage and Tribute Series Starting with The Boss by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 13, 2023

FCM Hospitality has announced exciting changes coming to Craft Hall - starting with the launch of Craft Hall Live that kicks off with a new weekly Tribute Band Series.

Welsh National Opera Presents Brand New Commission MIGRATIONS by A.A. Cristi - Jun 9, 2022

The ground-breaking new opera by Welsh National Opera, Migrations will receive its world premiere in Summer 2022 with further performances in Autumn 22. 

Jacob's Pillow Announces Week 2 Dance Festival Programming by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 29, 2021

Los Angeles-based CONTRA-TIEMPO will perform on the Henry J. Leir Stage during the second week of Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, fusing Salsa, Afro-Cuban, hip-hop, and contemporary dance into a theatrical performance titled joyUS justUS, from July 7-11.

Jake Blount Announces New Album 'The New Faith' by Michael Major - Jun 22, 2022

The New Faith will be released as part of Smithsonian Folkways’ African American Legacy series—co-conceived with and supported by the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. Conceived, written and recorded during lockdown, the album aims to envision what Black religious music would sound like in a not-so-distant future.

Space Kamp Summer Shake Down Set For July 11th At Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 11, 2021

Pennsylvania-based duo Space Kamp has announced their upcoming concert at Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks in Bethlehem, PA on July 11th. The Space Kamp Summer Shake Down is a free show in conjunction with SteelStacks Summer Concert Series.

Joyce Kennedy Of Legendary Band Mother's Finest Releases New EP by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 29, 2022

Joyce Kennedy of Mother's Finest proves that rock n' roll will never die in EP Rock'n My Soul. Rock'n My Soul is a tour-de-force in the rock/funk fusion genre, bringing together high energy instrumentals with Joyce 'Baby Jean' Kennedy's powerful vocals and ripping, confident lyrics.

PBS Announces Production of NATIVE AMERICA Season Two by Michael Major - Jul 27, 2022

Building on the foundation of the acclaimed original series, which premiered in 2018 and tied the history of some of the world’s greatest civilizations to thriving modern communities, Season 2 presents stories of Native Americans who are carrying forward Indigenous values to transform our 21st century world.

VIDEO: Plankton Wat Shares 'A Window in the Mirror' Music Video by Michael Major - Jul 21, 2022

Hidden Path is a distillation of Mahood’s musical practice as a way of life, a patient celebration of the unexpected, unhurried and exhilarating. The seeds of Hidden Path were planted when Mahood was completing his 2013 album Drifter’s Temple. Watch the title track “Hidden Path,” composed alongside that album. Plus, check out upcoming tour dates!

Todrick Hall & Kim Myles to Host New HGTV Competition Series BATTLE OF THE BLING by Michael Major - Jul 13, 2022

Todrick Hall is on the search to find the flashiest, most over-the-top, outrageous homes in the newly greenlighted HGTV series Battle of the Bling (wt). Todrick—who boasts more than six million social media followers and more than 800 million video views—will be joined by HGTV designer Kim Myles (High Design).

Stick Figure Brings WISDOM Tour To The Theater At Virgin Hotels, June 8 by A.A. Cristi - Jan 30, 2023

Stick Figure will bring their signature musicality and latest tour to Las Vegas to perform hits from their latest album, Wisdom.

Melinda Dillon, Original Honey in WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? Passes Away at 83 by Blair Ingenthron - Feb 4, 2023

Melinda Dillion, known for countless screen and stage roles, including her Tony Award nominated performance as Honey in the original production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? passed away on Monday, January 9, at the age of 83. 

The Millbrook Playhouse's 60th Season Opens Curtains on a New Era for the Diamond Anniversary by Stephi Wild - Feb 22, 2023

The Millbrook Playhouse Board of Directors, and new Producing Artistic Director, Shannon Agnew, have announced the professional summer theater’s 60th Season.

A 2023 Theatre Summer Camp Guide by Team BWW - Feb 12, 2023

Looking for the perfect summer camp for your theatre-loving kid? Let BroadwayWorld be your guide and check out some of the best and most anticipated theatre arts camps of 2023.

Review: The Anderson Brothers Present THE JOURNEY OF JAZZ at 59E59 Theaters-A Fabulous Musical Experience by Marina Kennedy - Dec 5, 2022

Some of the best jazz music in NYC is being presented at 59E59 Theaters through December 11. Brothers, Peter and Will Anderson and their ultra-talented ensemble of musicians are performing in “The Journey of Jazz.”

SEX, LIES, & BETRAYAL " MEMOIRS OF A HOLLYWOOD STAR Comes to Melbourne in a Victorian Premiere by Stephi Wild - Dec 30, 2021

After a highly successful debut in Brisbane and sold-out shows in Adelaide, award-winning theatre company JTM Productions is thrilled to bring their critically acclaimed production of Sex, Lies & Betrayal - Memoirs of a Hollywood Star to Melbourne in a Victorian premiere.

Banned & Outlawed Deliver Downhome Ode To The Genre In “Real Country Song” by A.A. Cristi - Dec 2, 2021

Three chords and the truth.' That's what they say country music is built on... And for multi-award nominated Hazelridge, Manitoba's Banned & Outlawed - and their latest single, 'Real Country Song' - that sentiment is absolute fact.

Art Tree to Present Tripartite Show On Madhubani, Phad & Chintz by A.A. Cristi - Dec 2, 2021

The wide variety that Indian art consists of rarely gets represented in the manner that it deserves. Being culturally diverse and distinct, Indian traditional art forms have evolved over the years, and have remained untouched by modernisation.

STARZ Developing Series With Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson by Michael Major - Dec 15, 2022

Acclaimed writing team Daniel Fajemisin-Duncan and Marlon Smith (“Save Me,” “Run”) have signed on for the project that follows a retired disgraced world champion fighter drawn into the corrupt underbelly of the sport after the disappearance of his childhood best friend and training partner.

Interview: Matthew Patrick Quinn of HADESTOWN at Dr. Phillips Center by Joseph Harrison - Dec 10, 2022

You may have a certain idea of what a musical based on Greek mythology would look and feel like, but chances are you’ve never seen or heard anything like singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell masterpiece (and Tony and Grammy Award winning) HADESTOWN. Told through a haunting folk rock, blues, gospel and jazz-infused score, HADESTOWN puts a stylistic and modern twist on the tragic love stories of Orpheus and Eurydice and of Persephone, the goddess of spring and Hades, the king of the underworld. Bringing the role of Hades to life in the national tour of HADESTOWN, which takes the stage at the Dr. Phillips Center in Orlando December 13th – 18th, will be Matthew Patrick Quinn. I caught up with Matthew to find out more about HADESTOWN and what it’s like performing this visionary show to audiences all over the country.

Chris Canterbury Releases New Single 'Sweet Maria' by Michael Major - Aug 25, 2022

Nashville-based/Haynesville, LA-born country-roots artist Chris Canterbury released a new song “Sweet Maria” from his forthcoming album Quaalude Lullabies. The lush ballad was co-written with Vinnie Paolizzi, features gorgeous duet harmonies with Meg McRee, and is exemplary of Canterbury’s craft with lyrics and sentiment.

Montana Repertory Theater Announces 'Pick What You Pay' 2021-22 Season by Stephi Wild - Aug 25, 2021

This season, tickets for every performance of every show at Montana Repertory Theatre will be available at Pick What You Pay prices.

Chayla Hope Releases New Single 'High' by Michael Major - Aug 19, 2022

Cleveland-based powerhouse Chayla Hope has unveiled “High,” the latest single from the vinyl-presser-turned-pop-star’s debut record Damn, Feelings. For the release of “High,” Hope has partnered with Shway Papers to create Chayla Hope-branded rolling papers. “High” follows the release of “Love In Lo-Fi,” “Falling,” and “Forget me Not.'

Guordan Banks Announces Show Dates as 'I Just Do' Climbs the Charts by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 16, 2021

Guordan Banks will be performing live with Natasha Hoffman and Calista Oritz at The Mint in Los Angeles on September 28th at 7pm.


Matt Harmon’s Exhibits in the Zoo displays what life was like for people prior to the Holocaust living out their days in the confines of the Warsaw Ghetto. To much knowledge and further proven by history, the ideas of the Holocaust, or what our immediate resonance with the tragedy conveys is the Concentration Camp angle. With plays like Martin Sherman’s Bent, and Diary of Anne Frank, and novels such as Night and Number of the Stars, we have learned at length the tragedies that struck the communities of Jews at the hands of Hitler’s Regime.

Fall For Dance North Announces Line-up For 2021 Festival by Stephi Wild - Aug 13, 2021

FFDN will present its largest festival line-up to date, showcasing a hybrid mix of electrifying in-person performances and original digital content for its local and global audience, including the world premiere of 10 festival commissions. 

Ozuna & Tokischa Share New Single 'Somos Iguales' by Michael Major - Aug 11, 2022

Multi-award-winning singer-songwriter and global Latin music idol OZUNA joins forces with the unapologetic and multi-faceted Dominican rapper TOKISCHA in his new single 'Somos Iguales,' a contagious danceable track that invites the listener to lose their inhibitions to the sound of a fusion of hot Caribbean rhythms.

FALL FOR DANCE NORTH Presents Largest Festival Line-up To Date In 7th Edition by A.A. Cristi - Aug 10, 2021

Toronto's premier international dance festival Fall for Dance North has announced its seventh edition from Sept. 11-Oct. 29, 2021. FFDN will present its largest festival line-up to date, showcasing a hybrid mix of electrifying in-person performances and original digital content for its local and global audience, including the world premiere of 10 festival commissions.

Extra Dates Announced For ARDAL O'HANLON: THE SHOWING OFF MUST GO ON by Stephi Wild - Apr 29, 2022

Star of FR Ted Ardal O'Hanlon is extending his tour of critically acclaimed show The Showing Off Must Go On. Additional dates kick off on 4th November in Findhorn and finish on 26th November in Chester.

Marshmello & Tokischa Team Up on New Single 'Estilazo' by Michael Major - Apr 29, 2022

Fusing EDM and Dominican Dembow, 'ESTILAZO' is a statement in support of sexual liberation, feminism and inclusion. The song in Spanish is empowered by the chorus 'Ser Perra Está De Moda' and is accompanied by a music video with cameos by Dennis Rodman, Nikita Dragun and La Demi.

BAM Presents FILMAFRICA, A Celebration Of Contemporary African Cinema, May 27-June 2 by A.A. Cristi - Apr 29, 2022

To celebrate the incredible cinema New York African Film Festival brings to BAM each year during DanceAfrica, the nation's largest festival dedicated to African dance and music taking place May 27—30 at BAM looks back at the decade-plus history of FilmAfrica with a series of recent films and hits from past festivals.

BARRY & JOAN - Documentary Exploring One Of Britain's Best Kept Theatrical Secrets to be Released in May by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 22, 2022

Screenbound Pictures and Blue Dolphin Films have announced the release of Barry & Joan - Keeping vaudeville alive, in UK cinemas 6th May 2022.

Review: YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU at Carlisle Theatre Players On High by Andrea Stephenson - Apr 2, 2023

You Can’t Take It with You is a play that reminds us not to take life too seriously. It helps us to remember what the important things are—family, friends, love, and laughter.

Over 80 Festivals, Concerts, Shows & Exhibits Are Coming to Philadelphia This Spring and Summer by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 18, 2023

When they say there's nothing to do this weekend - they definitely do not mean Philadelphia! The guide to spring and summer will keep you busy every single weekend for the new three months - and give tourists over 80 reasons to visit Philly in 2023. 



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